Stacia A. Rowe, MS

“Creating Access and Opportunity for all”

I believe that a healthy community is not just one that is rid of illnesses but one that flourishes in all areas of everyday life.

Stacia is the founder of On Your Corner Inc. Hailing from the beautiful island of Jamaica; she has seen firsthand, the quagmires of social injustices that lead to health inequity. She obtained her bachelors in biology from Georgia State University where she studied Environmental Health and Diseases and Immunology in China and Italy. Since 2014 she has served as the director of a STEM summer camp of over 300 participants each summer. She obtained her Masters of Science in Medical Sciences from Morehouse School of Medicine with a heavy focus on Community Health engagement. Stacia enjoys traveling, a good book, to dance until she can’t feel her toes and sing at the top of her lungs.

Omolayo O. Dada, MS

Omolayo is one of the founding board members at On Your Corner Inc., the youngest of four she grew up in Lagos, Nigeria and Aurora, Colorado . She obtained her Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from Norfolk State University. She recently received her Master of Science in Medical Science degree from Morehouse School of Medicine. Ms. Dada is devoted to helping her successors be great leaders, fulfill their dreams and reach their goals.

Amber N. Frazier, MS

“A woman’s health is her wealth, and I believe investing in her well-being will advance the family as a whole.”

Amber is a native of South Carolina and a founding board member of On Your Corner Inc. She received her bachelor’s degree in Biology from the College of Charleston where she also served in Kenya. She later went on to receive her Masters in Medical Science from Morehouse School of Medicine. Amber is currently a Medical student at the University of South Carolina School of Medicine in Greenville.

Christen D. Johnson, MD, MPH

“To whom much is given, much is required”
Christen D. Johnson, MD, MPH is a current Urban Track Resident Family Physician at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center in Columbus, Ohio. She also serves as the current Immediate Past President of the Student National Medical Association. She attended Wright State University where she acquired a B.A. in Biological Sciences in 2012 followed by her M.D. and MPH from Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine in 2017. Dr. Johnson lives the phrase “To whom much is given, much is required” through her career in leadership and dedication to serving the most vulnerable communities. Her research interests have facilitated over 20 local, regional, and national research presentations, over 10 publications in peer-reviewed journals, textbooks, and grants. She has been honored with numerous scholarships and awards including the National Health Service Corps Scholarship and national recognition on both and in the 2017 NBC Black 28 under 28.  

La-Shaka St. Louis

La-Shaka is a dynamic woman from the small South American country of Guyana. She has experienced first hand, the social & health inequities that stem from poor and under-served communities and thus, strives to create change for the better. She obtained her Bachelors of Science degree in Biology from Spelman College and is currently pursuing her Masters degree in Public Health from the University of London, International Programme. Ms St. Louis enjoys traveling, reading and trying new foods from various cultures.

Peyton E. Garrett

Peyton Garrett was born and raised in Birmingham, Alabama but moved to the Atlanta area in 2010 to attend Spelman College. In 2014 she graduated from Spelman with a B.A. in Sociology and is currently a 3rd year medical student at Morehouse School of Medicine. Peyton has always had a passion and commitment for service and serving those in her community. She holds firm to the belief that one’s power and greatness resides in their ability to purposefully and consistently serve others. 

Wayne Darisaw

Dr. Elaine Archie-Booker, Ed.D, RN